London, like many major cities, is facing an affordable housing crisis. In order to combat what they call a "Hollow London" where middle income renters are priced out of the city by foreign buyers who are only in London part time, property developers U+I have turned to micro apartments. In order to make the spaces more functional and more visually appealing, they enlisted the help of architecture firm Ab Rogers Design. The studio created a pair of plywood units that maximize the apartment's tiny footprint, without forsaking style.
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